A new way of blogging about javascript

This blog post is about to show a new way of blogging about javascript.

Look at a typical blog post about javascript: The post usually presents a couple of code snippets. As I see it, there are two pains with code snippets:

  1. they contain the input and the output but not the actual evaluation of the input
  2. it’s impossible for the reader to modify the output

We have great tools to evaluate javascript code snippets: jsfiddle, codepen, plnkr and many more…

But all of this tools deal are very cumbersome to embed into a blog post about javascript.

Try to embed a jsfiddle that evaluates 2 + 3 and you will understand that cumbersome is actually an understatement…